SOLIDWORKS Simulation

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 Datasheet

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Matrix
SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 Product Matrix

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Watch the Webinar: SOLIDWORKS Simulation - What’s New in 2015


For those of you that were unable to attend our SOLIDWORKS 2015 launch events, here's your chance to learn all the great new features included in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015. This tutorial features great new enhancements including the Shell Definition Manager, Intermediate Results in Nonlinear Studies, and creating a Fatigue study based on Random Vibration results.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation

How I Set the Curve: Using Stress-Strain Data in SOLIDWORKS Simulation

2015-simulation-stress-strain-curveIf you were to hook my brain up to a projector and start scanning for things I remembered from engineering school, stress-strain curves would probably pop up. Once upon a time I (probably) recreated one or two of these curves in a materials lab, but nowadays I settle for giving the every-man definition: a stress-strain curve is a collection of data describing how resistant a material is to stretching.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Quick Tip – Submodeling

2015-simulation-submodelingEvery now and then, we look back over the functionality that has been added to SOLIDWORKS software over the last few years, and find something we at Hawk Ridge Systems find really useful, but we don’t see our customers utilizing when we talk to them over technical support or in customer visits. One of those features is Submodeling, which became available with the release of SOLIDWORKS 2013.

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Simulation Quick Tip: Using Result Options to Control Storing Results

2015-simulation-result-optionsA problem that I 've come across when running my simulation studies is having limited space on my hard drive for all the result files a study generates. When it comes to running a Static analysis, I sometimes run test studies where I am only interested in seeing the displacement results and not Stress or Strain; just to see if things are deforming in the direction that I expect.

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